Creating polished Azure Automation runbook solutions to automate your Cloud OS processes can take time to perfect, and may feel a bit intimidating at first. Now the time it takes to create functional, polished runbooks is a little faster thanks to the new Azure Automation Runbook Gallery.
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In this final post in our series on Business Continuity I’m going to look at point-in-time restore, a self-service feature available for Basic, Standard, and Premium databases.
This post will help with diagnosing ModSecurity issues in Azure Websites.
This blog will teach you how to setup ModSecurity firewall rules for your Azure Websites applications.
To help you learn how to manage the health of your online services, we have developed the Storage Monitoring, Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Guide.
In this post, I will cover some concepts and best practices for controlling runbook streams that will help you debug and troubleshoot your runbooks.
This post continues our series on the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR) capabilities of Azure SQL Database and focuses on geo-restore. In my previous post on standard geo-replication I discussed how the various business continuity features map to service tiers.
I’m excited to announce the limited preview of the Migration Accelerator (MA), for Azure. Spawned from the technology of our InMage acquisition the MA is designed to seamlessly migrate physical, VMware, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Hyper-V workloads into Azure.
As an Azure Automation runbook author you want to create runbooks that execute reliably in the face of unexpected issues like errors, exceptions, network issues, and crashes. In this post, I will talk about why, when, and how you should use checkpointing in your Automation runbooks.
As part of the recent Microsoft-wide employee hackathon event, we created a visualizer for a Kubernetes deployment on Azure.